Esteemed Israeli Designer and Calligrapher David Moss


James S. Snyder, the Anne and Jerome Fisher Director of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem at USC


10/28/2015 – 10/29/2015: Two Events with Adi Nes

Two events with Adi Nes

10/11/2015: 7,567 MI: Jerusalem Biennale 2015 Opening Reception

7,567 MI: Jerusalem Biennale 2015

8/24/15- 12/4/215: The Jerusalem Biennale


September 24 – November 5: The 2nd Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art in Jerusalem is showcasing the work of nearly 200 Israeli and international professional artists in 10 exhibitions hosted in seven city-center venues.The Jerusalem Biennale is dedicated to exploring the places in which Contemporary Art and the Jewish World of Content meet. It is a stage for professional artists, who create today and refer in their work to Jewish thought, spirit, tradition or experience, to exhibit their work in Jerusalem.

The main mission of the Jerusalem Biennale is to allow different creative forces to manifest themselves, in Jerusalem, within the framework of Contemporary Jewish Art. The Biennale strives to exhibit the most updated, challenging, creative and varied selection of exhibitions and events under that framework.

The Biennale explores the possibility of expanding the concept of Jewish Art beyond the field of Judaica (though it is certainly possible that works of Judaica will be incorporated in the exhibitions) to mediums such as photography, video art, installation and performance. The Biennale works in a bottom-up approach – we do not try to define what Contemporary Jewish Art is, but rather to discover a variety of creative responses that this combination might provoke.

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9/17/15 – 9/19/15: Feuchtwarmer & Judaism Conference


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Fall 2015 Roski Talks

Fall 2015 Roski Talks